Full Frontal

Everybody Needs A Release

Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance
A contemporary comedy set in Los Angeles, Full Frontal traces the complicated relationship among seven friends as they deal with the fragile connections that bind them together. Full Frontal takes place during a twenty-four hour period - a day in the life of missed connections.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 2002-08-02
Run time: 96 minute / 1:36
Budget: $2,000,000
Revenue: $2,506,446
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Production Companies : Populist Pictures, Miramax, Monophonic Inc.
Production Country: United States of America



David Duchovny
as Gus
Nicky Katt
as Hitler
Catherine Keener
as Lee
Mary McCormack
as Linda
David Hyde Pierce
as Carl
Julia Roberts
as Francesca / Catherine
Blair Underwood
as Nicholas
Enrico Colantoni
as Arty
Erika Alexander
as Lucy
Tracy Vilar
as Heather
Brandon Keener
as Francesca's Assistant
Jeff Garlin
as Harvey, probably
David Alan Basche
as Nicholas's Agent
Terence Stamp
as Wilson/Himself
Nancy Lenehan
as Woman on Plane
Brad Rowe
as Sam Osborne
David Fincher
as Film Director
Jerry Weintraub
as Jerry
Rainn Wilson
as First Fired Employee
Eddie McClintock
as Second Fired Employee
Dina Spybey-Waters
as Third Fired Employee
Sandra Oh
as Fourth Fired Employee
Justina Machado
as Linda's Friend in Kitchen
Meagen Fay
as Diane
Joe Chrest
as Sex Shop Man #1
Wayne Pére
as Sex Shop Man #2
January Jones
as Tracy
Mike Malone
as Mike
Anthony Powers
as Male Massage Client
Alison Ebbert
as Hitler Girlfriend
Jennifer Brusciano
as Hitler Hitchhiker
Cole Andersen
as Freud
Al Ahlf
as Hitler Guard
Lacy Livingston
as Miramax Receptionist
Patrick Fischler
as Harvey - probably's Assistant
Nathalie Seaver
as Clothing Store Owner
Soledad St. Hilaire
as Hotel Housekeeper
Roger Garcia
as Vampire Neighbor
Laurent Schwaar
as Concierge
Maria Rogers
as Woman in Bed
Dawn Suggs
as Hotel Hostess
Charlotte Puckett
as Hotel Waitress
Chance Robertson
as Biker
Monica Lee Burland
as Theater Patron
Kenn Wood
as Theater Patron
Cynthia Gibb
as Pregnant Woman
Andrew Connolly
as Partygoer
Karen Woodley
as Partygoer
Chris DeRose
as Partygoer
Randy Lowell
as Partygoer
Pliny Porter
as Partygoer
Coleman Hough
as Partygoer
Brad Pitt
as Himself
Steven Soderbergh
as Himself
Rashida Jones
as (uncredited)
Karen Grosso
as Partygoer (uncredited)
Brian Krow
as Bellboy (uncredited)
Mike Quinn
as Vampire Neighbor (uncredited)
Camille Wainwright
as Daphne (uncredited)
Debra Zane Casting
Terri Taylor Casting Associate
Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer

Sarah Flack Editor

Steven Soderbergh Director

Steven Soderbergh Director of Photography

Visual Effects
Randall Balsmeyer Visual Effects

Dawn Lunsford Foley
Alicia Stevenson Foley

Susan Littenberg First Assistant Editor

Scott Kramer Producer
Gregory Jacobs Producer

Jacques Davidovici Music

Coleman Hough Writer

Costume & Make-Up
Shoshana Rubin Costume Supervisor

Bob Marshak Still Photographer

Russell Ayer Gaffer

Duane Manwiller Camera Operator

Duane Manwiller Second Unit Cinematographer

Rebecca Robertson Script Supervisor

Brent Studler Rigging Gaffer

Lance Larson Property Master

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